The Daily Beam - Apr 22nd, 2024
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April 22, 2024
In this episode: a camera setup makes the vine to wine process simpler, a spectroscopy-based system IDs gases and chemicals, and a phase imaging approach images in unstable, dark settings.

Alluxa offers and manufactures high-performance optical thin films. All of Alluxa's thin-film optical filters and mirrors are hard-coated using a proprietary plasma deposition process on equipment that was designed and built by our team. This allows us to repeatably produce the same high-performance optical thin films in all of our coating chambers.

The method combines a machine vision camera, laser line scanner, LiDAR sensor, and convolutional neural network.
Episode 5 of Following the Photons: A Photonics Podcast features Thomas Obeloer, international sales director at Element Six, which produces CVD diamond for optics.
Join us April 25th at 2 pm ET for this webinar presented by researchers at Leibniz IPHT, who will unveil an innovative technique for precision deposition of thin organic semiconductor films.
Researchers prove interferometric imaging is possible even within extremely dark and unstable conditions where intensity fringes can’t be seen.

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SURGE seeks to rethink and accelerate distributed additive manufacturing of critical structural parts by developing ways to predict part life at build.